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Avengers: Age of Ultron had plenty of fanfare in its domestic release, but its success on the big screen illustrates shades of former glory in the comic book industry....

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Andrew Wiggins collected the NBA rookie of the year award on Thursday after turning several heads across the league with his sensational play on the court....

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Toronto Raptors GM Masai Ujiri spoke to the media on Tuesday to discuss his team's postseason collapse to the Washington Wizards and the future of head coach Dwane Casey....

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The newly-released fighting video game Mortal Kombat X is the first instalment on next-generation gaming consoles and its high-definition depiction of blood and gore is making quite a few stomachs turn....

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York U strike ends after union accepts deal

March 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Teaching assistants and some contract faculty will vote Tuesday on a tentative deal reached between the union and York University....

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Toronto's homeless youth received a boost of encouragement after Mayor John Tory and City Councillor Joe Cressy pledged their support for the development of a new downtown housing facility called Eva's Phoenix....

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Microsoft makes Office 365 free for students

March 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Students across Canada will be able to access Microsoft Office programs for free as of Monday, although not all schools have signed up, including Humber College....

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Humber hosts interactive crime scene exhibit

March 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

An interactive showcase of forensic science was launched at Humber College on Monday as past of a collaborative effort between the school's police foundations, criminal justice, and crime scene investigation programs....

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By Willy Phan Classes remain cancelled at York University after two of three bargaining units of CUPE 3903 rejected the latest settlement offer on Monday night. Meanwhile, contract faculty are no longer on strike after...

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Hundreds of teaching assistants and contract faculty formed picket lines at York University on Tuesday while 55,000 students were stuck in limbo with cancelled classes....

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